The GAAmbler: It's hard to beat experienceAs more finals are up for decision around the country, what sticks out above all this weekend is that bookies love siding with experience, and who would blame them?
Hearty: it's all about the teamCrossmaglen captain and goalkeeper Paul Hearty insists he isn't motivated by setting personal records ahead of Sunday's Ulster club SFC final against Scotstown.
Ulster final is the "be all and end all" for McConvilleOisin McConville has stressed that Sunday's Ulster club SFC final against Scotstown is the only game on Crossmaglen minds right now.
GAA still fully committed to Casement Park projectUlster GAA, the Central Council of the GAA and Antrim GAA remain firmly committed to the development of a new Provincial GAA Stadium at Casement Park, Belfast.
Ulster club fixturesThe Ulster club senior, intermediate and junior football championship finals are fixed for Sunday, 29 November.
'We have no fear of Crossmaglen'Scotstown manager Mattie McGleenan says his side will be going into Sunday's Ulster club senior football championship final with no fear of the province's giants.
Cross' at full strength for Ulster showdownCrossmaglen will have everybody available for Sunday's Ulster Club SFC final clash with Scotstown.
Odds: Castlebar new 9/4 favourites to win All-Ireland Club SFCBoyleSports can report that newly crowned Connacht champions, Castlebar Mitchels have been supported into 9/4 favourites to win the All-Ireland Club SFC.
Dubs to feature strongly in Setanta's live league scheduleSetanta Sports will broadcast all bar one of Dublin's seven Allianz Football League Division 1 games lives next year, starting with a repeat of the All-Ireland final against Kerry at Croke Park on January 30.
GAA tweets of the weekThe Cormac McAnallen Cup is staying in Ireland following Saturday's thrilling victory over the Australians...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"I'm very proud but I was definitely worried the last quarter there."
Joe completes unique quadrupleJoe Kernan entered the record books last night after becoming the first manager to win major honours with his club, county, province and country.
IRS: Irish survive Aussie scareIreland weathered a second half Australian storm to reclaim the Cormac McAnallen Cup at Croke Park this evening.
Kernan proud of his playersJoe Kernan was a relieved man after watching his Ireland team fall over the line in front against Australia this evening.
As it happened: International Rules Match Tracker"We're all on the same team now" - reflect on Ireland's four point victory over Australia in this evening's International Rules test at Croke Park.
Launch of new Armagh jerseyArmagh have become the latest county to unveil a new jersey design ahead of the 2016 season.
Clarke glad to be backJamie Clarke says playing for Crossmaglen is "like a disease".
Ulster GAA supporting Anti-Bullying WeekUlster GAA and our County Committees, in conjunction with The Northern Ireland Anti-Bullying Forum (NIABF) and the Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU), and are calling on all units of the Association to take part in Anti-Bullying Week between 16-22 November 2015.
Home comforts for Cross'Crossmaglen will effectively have home advantage for Sunday week's Ulster club SFC final against Scotstown after the tie was fixed for the Athletic Grounds last night.
Ulster GAA invest in Irish Language studyUlster GAA have continued their commitment to the promotion of Irish Culture and Language by investing £10,000 for scholarships to the Ulster University Irish Language Diploma for 27 GAA Club Volunteers for the incoming academic year.
RTÉ2 to screen IRS liveMichael Lyster will present live coverage from Croke Park this Saturday of both the Hurling/Shinty between Ireland and Scotland plus the International Rules Test between Ireland and Australia on RTÉ2.
New handpass rule to be put under the microscopeThe GAA is set to trial a new ruling that will limit the number of consecutive handpasses a team can make before a player is forced to kick pass.
Kernan hails Cross' manlinessTony Kernan attributes Crossmaglen's victory over Kilcoo to their ability to play "manly football".
League 2016: full fixture list revealedA repeat of this year's All-Ireland final between Dublin and Kerry will start the 2016 Allianz leagues after the full fixture details were released today.
Intermediate and junior club championships hotting upIt's getting near the business end of the All-Ireland intermediate and junior club championships in both football and hurling.
Hurling Classic in Fenway Park live on TG4The AIG Fenway Hurling Classic Galway v Dublin will be broadcast live on TG4 next Sunday evening.
GAA tweets of the weekWe're approaching the business end of the provincial club championships...
McEntee wary of ScotstownJohn McEntee has stressed that Crossmaglen won't be underestimating Scotstown in Sunday week's Ulster club SFC final.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"They are seasoned and they have a bit of hurt on their side."
Ulster club SFC: Cross' into another finalCrossmaglen are back in the Ulster club football final for the first time since 2012 after seeing off 14-man Kilcoo before a bumper crowd of 9,591 at Pairc Esler.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerToday's club championship action saw 14 clubs attempt to seal provincial final places.
Final places up for grabs in three provincesBarring draws and possible postponements due to the inclement weather, the line-up for this year's Munster club football and hurling finals, Leinster club hurling final and Ulster club football final should be known by four o'clock this afternoon.
Ladies All Stars: Cora's 10th as Corkery takes top accoladeMayo legend Cora Staunton won her 10th ladies football All Star last night, equalling the record of Kerry's Mary Jo Curran.
Cross' must keep their cool, says KernanAaron Kernan says that Crossmaglen Rangers must keep their discipline if they are to have any chance of overcoming Kilcoo in tomorrow's Ulster club SFC semi-final.
McConville welcomes Clarke's returnCrossmaglen joint-manager Oisin McConville is delighted to have Jamie Clarke back on board ahead of Sunday's Ulster club SFC semi-final against Kilcoo.